Katefiani Villas

Address: Perissa, Santorini, Cyclades, 84703, Greece | 3 star villa
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This 3 star villa, located in Perissa, is near Red Beach, Museum of Prehistoric Thera, Santo Winery, and Thirasia.
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    Travel Blogs from Perissa

    Every Paradise has its Price

    A travel blog entry by scycle on Sep 07, 2013

    45 photos

    ... sun hit the water, instead of setting behind the volcano. Definitely a sunset worthy of my last night in paradise.

    The next morning I spent having breakfast with a view, and re-exploring to shops in town to pick up a few souvenirs. Afterward, Christos, bellboy extraordinaire, schlepped my bags up to the taxi that took me to the port to catch my ferry to Athens. The ferry was very comfortable. I took the medium speed ferry – not the ...

    A proper holiday to Greece!

    A travel blog entry by sydneychampigny on May 22, 2013

    30 photos

    ... here was amazing!! Crystal clear and so calm!! Adam and I were like fishes on this beach - we spent most of our time lazing in the water and enjoying it cooling our sunburns! Akrotiri was where the Red Beach was - imagine what it would look like on Mars... Red rocks and sand everywhere and towering red cliffs!! The hike down was dicey but worth the skinned knee!! Akrotiri was also the site of an ancient Greek city and is now a really impressive archaeological site! The ...

    April 28-May 2 (May! Whoa!)

    A travel blog entry by cdeal2014 on May 04, 2013

    12 photos

    ... of walking through the site, though, of course, you had to stick to the designated wooden bridges. Maybe I should explain a bit about Akrotiri: like Pompeii, but Minoan, and everyone evacuated before the eruption. Due to the ash, though, everything was remarkably well-preserved, so there are tons of frescoes, pots, and even three-story buildings. Unfortunately, the museum is not at the site, so we didn't get to see any of the artifacts or ...

    Day 47 - 14 hour ferry - such fun!!

    A travel blog entry by kiwiholly on May 31, 2012

    Let it be noted that Mark and I are starting to get good at finding ways of saving money. Today was the day of our 14-hour ferry ride to Santorini. We arose early and went to breakfast. We ate, and then discreetly, I wrapped extra salami, cheese, tomato, cake, apples, bread rolls and tea bags into serviettes and stuffed them in my bag. Back in our room I assembled us each a sandwich to have for our ...

    Volcano climbing!

    A travel blog entry by abudebbie on Aug 04, 2011

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... It was so clear you could see the tiny fish and sponges growing on the rocks. Then we dropped off most of the people in the town of Oia (pronounced EeYa) on the end of Santorini. Oia is also 900 feet up, but there is no cablecar there--just feet and donkeys! It is famous for the blue dome roofs on some of the buildings and is often what people imagine when they think of the Greek islands because the pictures of Oia are everywhere! ...